Find out how candidates who are not members of the two major U.S. political parties can still make their mark in American politics.
Found in regions across the United States, living history museums create an immersive, hands-on experience so visitors can learn about different eras of American history.
Grammy Award-winning musician Esperanza Spalding exemplifies women making history in fields that were once nearly exclusively male, like jazz.
South Dakota, named for the area’s Lakota and Dakota Sioux tribes, is known for its national parks, windswept prairies and 19th-century frontier history.
When Mohamed Khairullah moved to the U.S. he had to adapt to a new culture. He did so quickly and soon became a community firefighter and mayor.
Melania Trump will soon become the second foreign-born first lady in a "nation of immigrants." Slovenians remember their native daughter.
On October 3, 1913, President Wilson signed a law establishing the national income tax. Income taxes remain a vital source of federal revenue.
Meet three women whose dedication and skill put them on the front lines of the fight for civil rights for African Americans.
http://youtu.be/sZMcmqPvQmE President Obama announced plans December 17 for the United States to restore full diplomatic relations with Cuba, ending decades of isolation with the Caribbean nation....